Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 38. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he has considered the representations from the Flintshire County Council and certain of the minor local authorities in the county of Flint, urging that the Income Tax offices at Mold should not be removed out of the county; and whether, having regard to these representations and the general opposition locally to the proposal, he will...
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 40. asked the Minister of Transport whether, having regard to the fact that many drivers of vehicles and other users of the roads in the principality of Wales are ignorant of the English language, he will consider the desirability of publishing an edition of the Highway Code in the Welsh language?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 57. asked the Minister of Health the number of insured persons on the registers of the National Health Insurance committees for the county boroughs of Bootle, Warrington and Wallasey, and the salaries paid to the clerks of each of these committees; and whether he will give the same information as to the counties of Caernarvon, Denbigh and Flint?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 65. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether the removal of the offices of the Inspector of Income Tax from Mold to Chester is under consideration; and whether, having regard to the inconvenience which will be experienced by large numbers of taxpayers in Flintshire if the offices are removed from the county, he will take steps to obtain the views of local authorities and...
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Is the Minister aware that the office was removed from Chester to Mold because of the representations of a large number of taxpayers about inconvenience, and, having regard to the fact that it is the smaller taxpayer who will be penalised by the removal, will the hon. Member consider the advisability of retaining the office at Mold?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Although I welcome the Bill, I fear I cannot rise to the heights of eloquence which we have heard from the hon. Member for Sunderland (Sir L. Thompson), who has just sat down. The hon. Member speaks of it as a great Bill, and from the way in which he addressed the House one would imagine that it is the greatest Measure of social insurance which has been introduced by the present Government....
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 50 and 51. asked the Minister of Transport (1) whether he is aware that on Sunday, 25th November, motor cycle reliability trials were held in the town of Llangollen, and that for several hours there was so much noise resulting from these trials that a religious service could not be proceeded with, and that the peace of the town was generally disturbed; and whether he will consider the...
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Is my hon. Friend aware that in a great part of North Wales these motor reliability trials take place practically every Sunday along these narrow lanes and mountain roads, that they are not only a danger to the persons using those roads but a nuisance to the people in various country districts; and will he get into touch with the local authorities with a view to action being taken under the...
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 28. asked the Minister of Health whether he will furnish a list of the members of the Consultative Council for Approved Societies' Work and state how many of the members are resident in England and how many are resident in Wales?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Is the right hon. Gentleman able to give any indication as to whether Wales is directly represented upon the Consultative Council?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 19. asked the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs whether he is in a position to make any statement as to the policy of His Majesty's Government in connection with the appeal of the Government of Western Australia to be permitted to secede from the Commonwealth of Australia?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 58. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what action he proposes to take with a view to giving effect to the recommendations contained in the recently issued report of the commission of inquiry into the administration of justice in Kenya, Uganda, and the Tanganyika territory in criminal affairs?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 27. asked the Postmaster-General whether, having regard to the success which has followed his campaign for the extension of the telephone service, he will now consider the desirability of reducing the charges demanded by his Department for giving telephone facilities in remote rural areas?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Does not the hon. Gentleman realise that many rural districts are seriously prejudiced by the high cost of getting a telephone service, and, while the service is being extended to other parts of the country, might not some consideration be given to the remote rural areas?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 66. asked the Minister of Transport what steps he has taken to ensure that highway authorities shall exercise their powers and duties under Section 48 of the Road Traffic Act, 1930, in connection with the removal of traffic signs or other objects which resemble authorised traffic signs and which have been erected by owners or occupiers of land adjoining the highway?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Has the Minister any reason to believe that local highway authorities are not generally aware of the provisions of the Section?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 49. asked the Secretary for Mines to what extent the powers of Section 16 of the Coal Mines Act, 1911, in reference to the periodical inspections of mines on behalf of the workmen, have been exercised during the past three years; and whether, in the interest of safety in the working of coal mines, he will take steps to urge upon employers and workmen the advantage of adopting the procedure...
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Will the Secretary for Mines communicate with the miners in other areas as to the advisability of their availing themselves of these facilities?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: 40. asked the hon. and gallant Member for Rye, as representing the Forestry Commissioners, whether he can furnish information as to the Forestry Commission's planting programme in the several counties of North Wales; and whether he will consider the possibility of including the county of Flint in the programme?
Mr Frederick Llewellyn-Jones: Did officers of the Commission visit the county four years ago and report in favour of any portion being suitable for afforestation?